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Pushkar Fair 2011-2012

When is Pushkar Fair in 2011 :- 2 to 10 November 2011
When is Pushkar Fair in 2012 :- 20 - 28 November 2012

Fairs are a signifies of country's cultures and traditions.

Pushkar Fair Tours - The world's most famous and vibrant festival pushkar camel fair and pushkar cattle fair in Rajasthan India, So Come here to experience this centuries old city and fair

Pushkar fair 2011-2012
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The cattle here are not just for sale and purchase but they are also involved in fun activities. Camel race is a popular event and attracts tourists in large number. Other cattle races are also attainted by tourists and traders in large numbers. There are more than 400 temples in Pushkar which are major sightseeing options. Pushkar is the only place in India where there is a temple devoted to Lord Brahma. The Ghats are centre of many activities. You can find many palmists here who can read your palm and tell you about your past and future. To believe on them or not is up to oneself but it is a fun activity.

The fair happens during the months of October and November. It’s a five day affair so be sure that you are packaging enough to stay here. The nearest airport from Pushkar is Jaipur. Jaipur is well connected to all major cities in India by air, railways and roadways. The nearest railway station to Pushkar is Ajmer so the main bus stands. Buses are available every 15 minutes from Ajmer to Pushkar. There are many hotels and small motels in Pushkar where you can stay. Pushkar fair has no dearth of fun activities. Ride a camel, get your body tattooed and pierced, eat local delicacies and so much more to do.

Pushkar Fair is one of the widely acclaimed fairs in the world. Each year Pushkar witnesses a unique crowd of pilgrims from across the globe that reverberates with the festival and fair, in union with other celebrations. The sacred land of Lord Brahma has been the center of tourist attraction since many centuries. The pious temple is finely decorated during the Kartik month as it marks the onset of the Pushkar fair along with the regular celebrations and hustle-bustle. Tourists come across sadhus meditating near the temple, holy dips in the Pushkar Lake, incredible events, major fairs that include camels, horses and bulls. Each of these animals is beautified using vibrant colored clothes. The fair offers you animal rides that make your trip adventurous and exciting.   Furthermore, you can shop around the intricate things available at the various stalls that are an epitome of the golden sand.  Pushkar Fair therefore, attracts a great deal of tourists from across the globe.

Pushkar Fair Celebrations :- 

Cultural Programs  and Events :- 
The Pushkar Fair is no less than Wikipedia on the cultural rituals and traditions of the state of Rajasthan. It is he time when people from far and wide gather at one place for festive celebrations. It seems that the whole state comes alive at Pushkar with numerous exciting events and state sponsored frivolities thrown in. The most entertaining are traditional dances, folk music and short skits based on the great Indian epics Mahabharata and Ramayana. 

Apart from than that acrobats, snake chambers, hypnotic, monkey trainers and story tellers entertain you the most. The whole atmosphere looks like a small miniature painting. Hindu devotees can be seen flocking around the Pushkar Lake for the holy dip in its water, in order to get rid of all the sins of the past. Pilgrims can be seen gathering at the temple to pay homage to Lord Brahma. 

Shopping :
Pushkar is considered as an important place in Rajasthan to shop for handicraft items, textiles, clothes with beautiful embroidery, miniature paintings, leather goods, puppets, pottery and traditional Rajasthani jewelery with specialty of Rajasthan. At Pushkar Fair one can shop for items such as lovely bangles, beads, camel cover, embroider clothes, handbags, jewelry items and much more. Popular shopping areas in Pushkar include Kedalganj bazaar, Baza Bazar and Sarafa Bazar. 

Highlights of Pushkar Fair :- 

  • Renowned as the 'World's Largest Camel Fair'.
  • It is also the site only Brahma Temple in the world.
  • 52 sacred Ghats to take a holy dip.
  • Opportunity to pay homage at more than 400 temples in the city.
  • Get Chance to be a part of numerous cultural programs like traditional dance and music.
  • Taking the exciting camel safari.

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